ERIC Number: EJ535591
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: 0
A Longitudinal Study of Peer Communication during Job Transfers: The Impact of Frequency, Quality, and Network Multiplexity on Adjustment.
Kramer, Michael W.
Human Communication Research, v23 n1 p59-86 Sep 1996
Examines the impact of peer communication on transferees within organizations. Uses uncertainty reduction theory to examine the impact of the frequency of peer communication, the quality of peer communication, and network multiplexity on transferees' adjustment to their new positions. Suggests that quality of peer communication is associated with positive adjustment and that network multiplexity has a relatively limited impact. (TB)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Journal Articles
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